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Black Museum with Orson Welles

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This audio is part of the collection: Old Time Radio
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Files donated by Bert Szoghy

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otr_blackmuseum_64kb_mp3.zip 64Kbps MP3 ZIP 1.6 MB
Audio Files 32Kbps MP3 128Kbps MP3 Ogg Vorbis 64Kbps MP3 24Kbps MP3 48Kbps MP3 40Kbps MP3 16Kbps MP3
Shopping Bag, the 5.9 MB
Faded Tartan Scarf, the 5.9 MB
Post Card, the 5.6 MB
G Schurmann - Horrors Of The Black Museum - Overture 3.3 MB
2.7 MB
1.6 MB
BlackMuseum-JAR_OF_ACID.MP3 5.8 MB
Meat Juice 4.5 MB
The Scarf 4.6 MB
The Baby's Jacket 4.4 MB
The Brass Button 4.1 MB
BlackMuseum-The_Brick.mp3 3.8 MB
The Center-Fire Bullet 5.4 MB
The Champagne Glass 4.3 MB
The Faded T 4.6 MB
The Gladstone Bag 6.8 MB
The Jack Handle 6.1 MB
BlackMuseum-The_Khaki_Handkerchief.mp3 5.5 MB
Track 2 5.5 MB
BlackMuseum-The_Prescription.mp3 6.6 MB
The Raincoat 6.0 MB
BlackMuseum-The_Small_White_Boxes_.mp3 8.7 MB
Track 2 5.6 MB
BlackMuseum-Two_Bullets.mp3 11.4 MB
Kilroy Was Here 5.8 MB
the Axis Submarine 5.2 MB
the Baby's Jacket 6.0 MB
the Bit of Frosted Glass 5.8 MB
the Chain 6.0 MB
the Gladstone Bag 8.5 MB
the Jacket 5.6 MB
Orson Welles - the Little White Boxes 6.6 MB
the Pike 1.0 MB
the Pike 5.9 MB
the Rising Sun 5.6 MB
the Scarf 6.2 MB
the Spectacles 5.8 MB
the Wooden Mallet 5.9 MB
OTR-BlackMuseum-Jar_of_Acid.mp3 3.4 MB
22 Caliber Pistol, the 5.0 MB
Center Fire Bullet, the 4.1 MB
Bath Tub, the 6.0 MB
Black Gladstone Bag, the 5.1 MB
Blood Stained Brickbat, the 3.9 MB
Brass Button, the 5.6 MB
Can (Or Tin) Of Weed Killer, a 5.9 MB
Canvas Bag, the 4.4 MB
Car Tire, the 4.2 MB
Champagne Glass, the 4.5 MB
Claw Hammer, a 4.4 MB
Door Key, the 4.1 MB
Faded Tartan Scarf, the 5.4 MB
Four Small Bottles 4.6 MB
French-English Dictionary, a 4.5 MB
Gas Receipt, the 4.4 MB
Glass Shards 4.4 MB
Hammerhead, the 4.2 MB
Jack Handle, the 4.5 MB
Jar of Acid, a 4.7 MB
Khaki Handkerchief, the 4.1 MB
Lady's Shoe, a 4.4 MB
Leather Bag, the 4.1 MB
Letter, a 4.3 MB
Mandolin String, the 5.2 MB
Meat Juice 4.6 MB
Notes, the 4.4 MB
Old Wooden Mallet, the 4.4 MB
Open End Wrench, the 4.0 MB
Pair of Spectacles, the 4.9 MB
Piece of Iron Chain, a 4.5 MB
Pink Powder Puff, the 4.5 MB
Post Card, the 4.2 MB
Prescription, a 5.0 MB
Raincoat, the 4.4 MB
Sash Cord, the 4.2 MB
Service Card, a 4.5 MB
Sheath Knife, the 5.1 MB
Shilling, a 4.5 MB
Silencer, a 4.4 MB
Small White Boxes, the 4.4 MB
Spotted Bedsheet, the 4.4 MB
Straight Razor, the 4.9 MB
Tan Shoe, the 4.2 MB
Telegram, the 4.4 MB
Trunk, a 4.5 MB
Two Bullets 4.4 MB
Walking Stick, the 4.4 MB
Woman's Pigskin Glove, a 4.6 MB
Wool Jacket, the 3.0 MB
32 Caliber Bullet, the 4.4 MB
Xxx the Pike (Possible Missing) 4.4 MB
Xxx the Rising Sun (Possible Missing) 4.2 MB
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otr_blackmuseum_reviews.xml Metadata 1.4 KB
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otr_blackmuseum_archive.torrent 37.5 KB

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Reviewer: stepzhen57 - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - December 24, 2013
Subject: A different era.
These programs are a great piece of history. How different the police were in those days. It seems the public called them sir and they had to do the job the hard way unlike today when a computer does all the work for them. The police may have become more distant to the public today but the same old crimes never seem to alter. It's great entertainment and I'd far prefer this program to a modern radio program such as the archers, and before political correctness blighted our lives.

Reviewer: petgor - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - April 12, 2009
Subject: A good effort
This is excellent entertainment even though the stories are not always accurate. Orson Welles voice as the narrator adds something though the accompanying 'music' can be quite annoying, but I suppose that this was used a time filler.